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A Yarn of Caption Contest

Welcome to the first caption contest of May. I predict it won't be long before the trees start budding. However, it's still a little chilly at night, so this week's photo will keep you warm. Please give me your best caption to this photo. The winner will get some random prizes that I will select tomorrow. Your deadline is Friday at 4 PM!  Have fun, be creative, and, as always, play nice!

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05/04/2011 5:08AM
A Yarn of Caption Contest
Please Enter Your Comments Below
05/04/2011 5:27AM
KimK
Gramma was bored so she started knitting everything in site. Whatever got in her way..
05/04/2011 5:31AM
Neal Miller
The party was going great until H.R. Pufnstuf did one shot too many
05/04/2011 7:32AM
Louise Coogan
caption: "Needle And The Damage Done"
05/04/2011 7:37AM
Steve
WANTED: Housekeeper DESCRIPTION: Some Strings Attached.
05/04/2011 8:01AM
Kraig
The boys down at the Camo Playhouse really knew how to spin a yarn.
05/04/2011 8:53AM
Philip Parmley
I s'pose you're expecting some kind of Osama caption! Well, I'm not going there! No! NO,sir! You can't make!! Good grief!
05/04/2011 9:57AM
Philip Parmley
After their unfortunate and inexplicable translation to the late Twentieth Century, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern never managed to make the cultural transition, and thus found themselves to be the laughingstocks of small children everywhere they went.
05/04/2011 11:35AM
Brian P
Let this be a lesson to you children, cocaine and knitting do not mix...
05/04/2011 11:39AM
Brian P
Yes boys and girls, this IS the ancient tomb of King Knitoneperltwo
05/04/2011 2:18PM
Tim
Eddie would only say that the Woolite Company, "Would get back to him."
05/04/2011 2:20PM
Jan S
Trying to cash in on the tail of snuggies, for you and everything you own.
05/04/2011 2:23PM
Tim
Eddie, are you kidding? The people always ask me I saw your double knits I thought they were the pits You threw it in a bag And then you sent me home - -
05/04/2011 2:51PM
Todd Barwick
The last thing I remember is doing jello shots with Martha Stewart.
05/04/2011 4:37PM
John C.
I can’t believe it! The hemp they were growing really was for making yarn.
05/04/2011 4:39PM
John C.
The skin people are peeping again.
05/05/2011 4:54AM
Abbe
Tell the housekeeper she will need an industrial size bottle of Woolite!
05/05/2011 8:28AM
Morgan
Grandma was trying to out-do the sweater she had made for Christmas the year before.
05/05/2011 8:33AM
Morgan
New reality TV show- Extreme Knitting!
05/05/2011 9:31AM
Kraig
The YarnBurners' Exhibit at the Children’s Museum was on display for only three hours. Curator Millicent Vander Winkle had to be hospitalized after trying to explain to young patrons why someone would want a cat on their face or a tongue in their donkey.
05/05/2011 9:57AM
Steve
Aunt Millie just couldn't resist the clearance sale at "The Yarn Barn"
05/05/2011 3:22PM
Geno
"Now children, this is what happens when Grandma takes one of her acid trips! Her needle point is especially interesting because...Oh dear! Children don't read the needlepoint! Don't read the needlepoint!"
05/06/2011 4:05AM
Brian P
A rare glimpse of the sock puppet lair
05/06/2011 5:00AM
Meredith
I would write something witty here - but I can't stop laughing at #19 - I think you have a winner.
05/06/2011 11:05AM
Art Paul Schlosser
For Mom on Mother's day I remodeled her apartment. Do you think she will like it ?
05/06/2011 11:09AM
Kent Walker
Susan thought the exhibit was a bit over-the-top and busy but she absolutely did not want to seem knit-picky.
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